About Kenny | Kenny Loggins
Lyrics to "Danny's Song" song by Kenny Loggins: People smile and tell me I'm the lucky one And we've only just begun Think I'm gonna have a son He w. back a few years now to a time when [he] met a fellow named Jimmy Messina. It is followed up by "A Love Song" and "Danny's Song," eventually giving way quality in the live setting, and are played by a band featuring many of the Kenny Loggins continues to write and record today, having scored. All About Kenny Loggins. came out in , featuring Loggins' own version of " Pooh Corner" and the beautiful ballad "Danny's Song," which he'd written when.
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The two started to work on Loggins' solo debut with Messina behind the glass, and Kenny fell in love with a track his producer had penned called "Peace of Mind. Their first album, Kenny Loggins With Jim Messina Sittin' In, came out infeaturing Loggins' own version of "Pooh Corner" and the beautiful ballad "Danny's Song," which he'd written when his brother's wife gave birth to the couple's first child.
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The time had come for Loggins to cast off on his own. I'd waited 7 years to finally make my solo album," Loggins says.
The album came out just in time for Loggins to score a gig opening for Fleetwood Mac on the Rumours tour, and he went from playing large rooms to arenas overnight. He struck up a friendship with Stevie Nicks, who generously offered to sing one of his songs. Loggins wrote the perfect tune with his friend, Melissa Manchester - "Whenever I Call You Friend" from his LP Nightwatch - which he credits as "the moment that launched my solo career.
Loggins pulled up for a songwriting session at Michael McDonald's house and heard the opening melody of "What a Fool Believes" coming out of the door.
So I like to say we were writing together before we met.
The following year, the pair picked up a second Grammy for "This Is It," off Loggins' third consecutive platinum solo album, Keep the Fire. As the decade progressed, Loggins kept expanding his musical range, impressively exploring new textures of jazz, rock, and pop with ambitious production.
In the s, Loggins also earned a new title: At the end of the episode and during the credits, Loggins also performs a country version of "Danger Zone" as a duet with the character of Cherlene. That's why it works, because it's so absurd. The same thing happens when two of his other also put on their sunglasses.
When their friend Quagmire objects to the scam, as he himself is a veteran, Peter points out that " Playing with the Boys " would start playing if he Quagmire would put on his sunglasses, and it does. It then shows Loggins in a room with a young woman watching Family Guy, and the woman reacts by saying "Hey, Dad. They used two of your songs on Family Guy.
When another young woman enters the room to tell Loggins exactly the same thing, he points out that this woman is his daughter. Loggins' songs have also appeared in previous episodes of Family Guy."Danny's Song" Loggins and Messina
Loggins was married to Eva Ein from to ; they had three children together: Crosby, Cody, and Isabella. Cody was born in and Isabella in They felt an immediate connection. They were both married, but were both unhappy in their relationships.
Loggins then had one child, and his wife was pregnant with their second. Their relationship was limited to a close friendship for many years.
Near the end of the s, Loggins separated from his wife, Eva, at nearly the same time Julia left her husband, and they began a deeper relationship. Lukas, born inand Hana, born in They authored a book titled The Unimaginable Life about their relationship.